Karamarkovich, Ian
Ian Karamarkovich is an English-Creative Writing major studying at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
Kasai, Kirsten I
​​BIO Kirsten Imani Kasai is the author of three novels: Ice Song, Tattoo and Private Pleasures; a short fiction/poetry collection Rhapsody in Snakeskin and a poetry chapbook The Atmospheric Mysteries of a Steaming Corpse. ​Her fiction, poetry, essays and photography have appeared in numerous publications, including Existere Journal of Arts & Literature, Bucovina Literara (Romania), Drunk Monkeys, ​AOL Black Voices, Pretty Owl Poetry, Body Parts Magazine and more. Kirsten is the co-founder and editor of Body Parts Magazine, a journal of provocative horror and erotica. She earned her MFA from Antioch University and lives in California with her family. Visit her online at www.​KirstenImaniKasai​.com​.​​
Kasoff, Sasha
Sasha Kasoff is a poet, fantasy writer, and aspiring teacher. She has been writing poetry for over ten years and has wanted to be a teacher her whole life. Having recently returned from studying abroad in Ireland, she is currently attending University of the Pacific.
Katerinsky, Alan
Alan Katerinsky is an assistant professor of Computer Security and Information Assurance at Hilbert College.
Kauderer, Herb
Herb Kauderer is an associate professor of English at Hilbert College. More about his prolific writing can be found at
Kauffman, Ryan
Ryan Kauffman is currently a student in the English Graduate Program at Northern Kentucky University. His short fiction has been published by The Fringe Magazine and The Western Online.
Kavanaugh, David
Kazlauskas, John
Keating, Danielle
Keckler, William
William Keckler is the author of Sanskrit of the Body, which won in the U.S. National Poetry Series and was published by Penguin in 2003. Other books include Ants Dissolve in Moonlight (Fugue State Press) and the chapbooks Recombinant Image Day (Broken Boulder Press) and Hokusai Touches a Meme (Abacus). Recent anthology appearances include A Sulfur Anthology (Wesleyan, 2016) and the forthcoming Explosive Mag Anthology. A translation of two of Malraux's early works was published as The Kingdom of Farfelu (Fugue State Press).
Keeley, Gloria
Keeling, Cindy
Keenan, William
Keller, Christopher
Kellison, Jared

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